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Ladybird Umbrella Case

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This crochet pattern is for my Ladybird Umbrella Case. This fancy accessory is a great item for dull and rainy days. It is suitable for compact umbrella with maximum size: length - 24 cm/9.5 inches and circumference - 15 cm/6 inches. It is quick and fancy project. The case is crocheted with sport/5-ply cotton yarn and 3.0 mm hook. The pattern is written in American English using US terminology in a format of photo-tutorial with step-by-step instructions for decoration process. FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: - Length - 10 inches (25 cm); - Circumference - 6.5 inches (17 cm); An actual size of your finished case may vary depending on yarn type and crochet hook size. TOOLS AND MATERIALS: - 1 x 50 g cotton in black - 1 x 50 g cotton red - Eyes: small amount of white cotton, or white and black fleece or 2 x safety eyes - Crochet hook size D or 5/0 (3.0 mm) - Crochet hook size B or 2/0 (2.0 mm) - Sewing needle - 2 x small black buttons for eyes - 18 cm/7" zipper - Small amount of toys filler for legs - Small amount of embroidery thread for mouth and eyelashes TYPE OF YARN: Sport/ 5-ply GAUGE: 25 sts and 32 rows in sc 4" (10 cm) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY sc, chain, sc2tog, SUGGESTED YARN 200 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lana Grossa COLORWAY red/black

Recommended with this pattern

  • -1 x 50 g cotton red
  • -18 cm/7" zipper
  • -Eyes: small amount of white cotton, or white and black fleece or 2 x safety eyes

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ViTalina Craft
ViTalina Craft
Hi! Thank you for visiting my Craftsy page! My name is Tatsiana or just Tanya for short. I am UK-based knitwear designer who learned knitting as a child and developed my skills over the years of practice. Inspired by nature, two little daughters and one son, I creates stylish and beautiful pieces of garments and accessories for kids and their moms. I have over 100 unique patterns and most of them are suitable for advanced beginners. Happy knitting!!! Any questions: My blog: